Russell Hobbs 14924 Reviews
Product Type: Russell Hobbs kettles
Description:Brand: Russell Hobbs / Short name: Russell Hobbs 14924
Newest Review: ... and on the inside of the spout is a removable filter which slides in and out. † Using the Kettle It holds a max of 1.2 ... more
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Russell Hobbs 14924 1.2 L Compact Cordless Kettle in Stainless St ...
Key features. . Lightweight and compact 1.2l kettle. Stylish poli ...
Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
Customer Russell Hobbs 14924 Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/08/12 (Very useful, 25 readings)
When we bought our new flat I splashed out on a smart looking kettle, stainless steel to go with the stainless steel cooker, hob and cooker hood in my new kitchen to replace my old tired looking and rather slow boiling white plastic one, which I had since I was a student. The Russell Hobbs 14924 Kettle I think it's quite an aesthetically pleasing kettle, with nice shiny stainless steel moulded in a rounded shape, the design "flows" there are no parts of it that look stuck on - I think it's a well thought out piece of kit. †I also love the illuminating blue part, †under the handle, which is also the water measure. †When the kettle is on the blue ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
==Price and Availability== When we moved into our now flat me and my partner had all the essentials we needed as she's been living in a small flat for a few months whilst we found somewhere big enough for both of us. We've gradually started buying our own things though as a few the things we were given were not to our taste. We decided to start with the kitchen as we both spend a lot of time in there, one of the first things we bought was a toaster and as with most items of this kind I decided to have a look what Argos had on the website. I picked out the Russell Hobbs 14924 as it looked good and was just what we wanted. The kettle cost £29.99 which is a bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/11 (Very useful, 93 readings)
A year or so ago, disaster struck in the Indycat household when our trusted Philips kettle decided to give up the ghost. Faced with the inconvenient alternative of boiling water in a saucepan to make cups of tea and coffee, I did what most sensible women would do and kindly suggested to my husband that he should pay a visit to Argos as soon as possible if he expected his cups of coffee to be replenished with the frequency to which he had grown accustomed. So off he went and very soon returned with a brand new, shiny Russell Hobbs Compact Kettle. Now my husband and I are quite different in the ways in which we shop- I'm more of a bargain hunter and willing to ... Read the complete review
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